Miss Julia Garrison, born and raised in New York City, started singing at the Chorale “Seventh Day Adventist” Church at the age of three. By the age of thirteen, she made her way to the hit NBC show, “Showtime at the Apollo” and Amateur Night at the Apollo. After winning numerous times over the years, she was invited back several times as a guest performer. At the age of seventeen, she won the teen division on the CBS show, “Big Break”, hosted by Natalie Cole. In 1993-1997, Julia sang lead in the Sony/Hall of Fame Recording group “Assorted Phlavors”. The group consisted of four females whose focus was Pop and R&B/Hip-Hop. The accomplished hit producer “Dave Jam Hall” (for artist like: Mary J Blige, Usher, Mariah Carey, Madonna, Brownstone) produced and wrote songs for his group and assisted in signing them to a record deal with Sony/Epic Records. The self-entitled album received mainstream airplay and charted fifty-six on the Billboards with the single “Make Up Your Mind” Feat. Big Daddy Kane. Assorted Phlavors also recorded a song for “The Money Train” soundtrack entitled: “Hiding Place” feat. Patra and written by Gordon Chambers. Julia’s success continued when she discovered her acting abilities. In 1997, she auditioned for the hit comedy movie “RIDE” and won the principle role of Blacke’. The movie starred Cedric The Entertainer, John Whitherspoon, Malik Yoba, Snoop Doggy Dog, Kellie Williams and Downtown Julie Brown. The Miramax film was written and directed by Milicent Shelton and produced by the Hudlin Brothers (House Party & Boomerang). To further her acting career, she went on to perform and tour in numerous National plays: “Dream Girls (starring BJ Crosby), Beehive, If This Hat Could Talk, Middle Class Black Folk In The Claire De Lune, Things That Lovers Do (starring Chante Moore, Kenny Latimore, Stephanie Mills & Clifton Powell) and A House Is Not a Home” (starring Allen Payne & Christopher Williams). Julia continued to pursue her solo career after winning the talent division on the Fox television hit, “The Queen Latifah Show”. In 2002, She was a featured guest performer at the “ 2002 MTV VIDEO MUSIC AWARDS” and performed along side Jimmy Fallon and The God Father of Soul: “James Brown”. In 2003, Julia decided to change career directions and travel abroad, wowing the multitudes of fans throughout Europe. She continues to perform in Numerous Lives band and tour all over the world.
Julia Garrison “A Will To Survive”
Coming Soon Millenubian “Featuring Romoulous Malachi and Baby G”
Turn Off Light
I Like ThisUnlike Like Please Login to Vote
I Dislike ThisUn-Dislike Dislike Please Login to Vote